Best swimwear deals: Grab VS suits before they're all gone.

There are still plenty of warm weekends for you to enjoy at your favorite body of water before fall sets in.

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A man tows his child along in a wagon at a beach in Jacksonville, N.C.

There's still plenty of warm weekends for you to enjoy at your favorite body of water before fall sets in! Grab the hottest waterwear in the week's best swimwear deals, including last-chance Victoria's Secret suits, a Star Trek one-piece for your geeky side, and more.

Quiksilver Men's Halawa Volley Boardshorts
Store: Quiksilver
Price: $19.19 via code "SD-SCORE"
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $13

Stylish and friendly to the environment, these Quiksilver Halawa Volley boardshorts are sure to impress with fibers made from recycled plastic bottles. These lightweight shorts are made both for comfort and functionality, featuring a fully elastic waistband, external drawcord, side pockets, and a back pocket that also includes drainage. They're available in Celestial (pictured) or Dark Slate in most sizes M to XXL.

Of note, the Quiksilver Men's Seven Seas Volley Boardshorts in Plein Air or Zinc are also available for $19.19 via the same code above. They also score free shipping and are available in most sizes S to XXL.

Victoria's Secret Women's Swimwear
Store: Victoria's Secret
Discount: Up to 70% off
Shipping: $8 s&h, or free shipping on $100 or more

Soon enough you won't be able to find swimwear at Victoria's Secret anymore. If you're a fan, now's your chance to stock up. You'll save up to 70% off on a number of styles, including traditional one- and two-pieces, and everything in between. One of our best bets is this Victoria's Secret Women's The Getaway Halter from $27, a savings of at least $10.

Star Trek: TNG Women's Swimsuit
Store: ThinkGeek
Price: $35.99
Shipping: $6.95 s&h
Lowest By: $24
Expires: August 14

Boldly go to the beach, the pool, or the lake, and show off your geeky side! Strut your stuff in this Star Trek: The Next Generation one-piece swimsuit in Gold, modeled after the Operations uniform. It features a back hook closure with two adjustment options to ensure the perfect fit, plus removable bust cups and fun details like embroidered pips and combadge. It comes in most sizes from S to XL.

Michael Michael Kors Women's 1-Piece Swimsuit
Store: Macy's
Price: $37.99
Shipping: Free shipping with beauty purchase
Lowest By: $12

Feel like a model in this Michael Michael Kors twist-front halter 1-piece swimsuit in Turquoise. It features classic elements like a deep-v neckline and halter straps, but the twist tie at the chest provides a fashion-forward note. Bag free shipping with purchase of a beauty item (otherwise, shipping adds $9.95). It's available in sizes 4 to 14.

Note: Some users may receive free shipping on orders of $25 or more, in which case you don't need to pad your order with a beauty item. (For most readers, shipping will be free on orders over $99.)

Aerie Women's Swimwear
Store: American Eagle Outfitters
Discount: 60% off
Shipping: $7 s&h, or free shipping on $50 or more

Bag yourself some fashionable yet affordable swimwear. You'll save 60% off on Aerie women's swimwear. (Prices are as marked.) Choose from a wide variety of two-piece styles, including traditional bikinis, tankinis, and more. One of our top picks is this Aerie Women's Audrey Bikini Top for $13.18, a $20 savings.

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